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Gilbert Hall

Gilbert Hall

Gilbert Hall is named after Robert B. Gilbert, a professor of English who served as a member of the faculty from 1948 until 1975.  Dr. Gilbert also served as Dean of the School of Graduate Studies and chairman of the Division of Languages and Literature from 1948 – 1972.

Gilbert Hall is a suite-style residence hall for new freshmen and transfer students who have earned less than 24 semester credits.  Gilbert Hall also has a limited number of rooms for sophomores and above.

Constructed: 2012 
Classification: Coed (single gender by room)
Type: Rooms with private bathrooms 
Location: Center of campus, near Wallace Hall 
Occupancy: 459 (Two students per room) 
Number of Floors: 4


  1. Basic cable television service 

  2. Private bathrooms in each room 

  3. Group study rooms

  4. Lounge areas on each floor

  5. Living-Learning Communities (LLC)

  6. Community lounge and T.V. room

  7. Wireless Internet service 

  8. Centrally heated and air-conditioned 

  9. Smoke-free environment (Smoking is not permitted at Gilbert Hall) 

  10. On-site laundry room with washers & dryers (utilizing Tiger Bucks)

  11. Retail dining facility on-site